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THIS. IS. JEEPARTY. Your. With. Host. Mr. Hicks. Random Questions. It’s good to be the moon. Get your space boots. Howl at the moon. Is that a UFO . Astronomers. 2 00. 2 00. 2 00. 2 00. 200 00. 2 00. 4 00. 4 00. 4 00. 4 00. 4 00. 4 00. 6 00. 6 00. 6 00. 6 00. 6 00.

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JEEPARTY


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Mr. Hicks


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Random Questions

It’s good to be the moon

Get your space boots

Howl at the moon

Is that a UFO

Astronomers

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What is the Mare?

A 100


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Dark spots on the Moon

A 100


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Where are the older rocks on the moon located, on the mare or lunar highlands?

A 200


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Lunar Highlands

A 200


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Which phase of the moon comes directly after the Full Moon?

A 300


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Waning Gibbous

A 300


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Which phase of the moon comes directly after the Waxing Crescent?

A 400


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First quarter

A 400


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Which phase of the moon comes directly after the Waning Crescent?

A 500


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New Moon.

A 500


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Which phase of the moon comes directly before the third quarter?

B 100


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Waning Gibbous

B 100


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Why does the moon experience different phases?

B 200


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As the moon orbits Earth we can see different portions of the lighted side of the moon.

B 200


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List all eight phases of the moon beginning with the new moon.

B 300


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New moon, waxing crescent, first quarter, waxing gibbous, full moon, waning gibbous, third quarter, waning crescent.

B 300


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When viewed from Earth, which phase of the

Moon will be seen when the Moon is at point E?

B 400


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Full

Moon

B 400


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Why does the Earth’s ocean’s experience tides?

B 500


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Because of the pull of the moon’s gravitation pull

B 500


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If you were to stand on the beach for a 24 hour period of time, how many high tides would you see, and how many low tides would you see?

C 100


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2 high tides, and 2 low tides.

C 100


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What does NASA stand for?

C 200


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National Aeronautics and Space Administration

C 200


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What are the three different kinds of telescopes?

C 300


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Reflecting, Refracting and Radio telescopes

C 300


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DAILY DOUBLE

DAILY DOUBLE

Place A Wager

C 400


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Why does the Hubble telescope produce better images than telescopes that are on Earth?

C 400


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Because it orbits the Earth and therefore isn’t affected by the Earth’s atmosphere.

C 400


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Name the four spacecrafts that NASA uses to explore space?

C 500


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Flyby, orbiter, lander, probe.

C 500


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What are flybys used for?

D 100


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Fly by an object and take pictures.. (data)

D 100


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How are orbiters used to study space?

D 200


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They are sent to planets to orbit for longer periods of time and to map out the surface as well as collect other data

D 200


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How are landers different from the other technologies that NASA uses to explore space?

D 300


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They actually land on and explore the surface of the planet.

D 300


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Which type of mission often involves collecting and testing samples from a planet’s surface?

D 400


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Lander

D 400


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What spacecraft is best used to study the atmosphere of a planet?

D 500


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Probes

D 500


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Which astronomer originally declared that the Earth was at the center of the solar system and everything revolved around it?

E 100


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Claudius Ptolemy

E 100


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Who improved the telescope, charted the moon surface and discovered four moons of Jupiter?

E 200


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Galileo Galilei

E 200


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Who in 1687 published the laws of universal gravitation

E 300


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Sir Issac Newton

E 300


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Who claimed that the Sun was the center of the solar system and that the earth was spinning on it’s axis?

E 400


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Nicolaus Copernicus

E 400


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What German astronomer discovered that the planets move elliptical?

E 500


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Johannes Kepler

E 500


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The galaxy that Earth is in is called the _________________.

F 100


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Milky Way

F 100


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What does it mean for the Moon to be in a Gibbous phase?

F 200


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More than half of the near side is in sunlight.

F 200


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This planet also has rings, but lie on its side so the rings go around it vertically.

F 300


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Uranus

F 300


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When is the Sun highest in the sky near the North Pole?

F 400


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on or around June 21.

F 400


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This planet is blue because it is mostly made of a gas called methane.

F 500


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Neptune

F 500


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The Final Jeopardy Category is:

What goes up, must come down, or does it really?

Please record your wager.

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Which location would have

the greatest number of daylight

hours when Earth is in this position?

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D.

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